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PAUL M. MOORE.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
d. E. FAWOETT
ASSOCIATE EDITOR ANB BUSINESS MANAGER
Kentucky Press Association
Secsnd District Publishers League
sltiyrlo issue 15o per tuch
Locals and Inside Pages,
Readers lOo per line
.Ilosulutlons and OardB of
Thanks 6o per line
Obituary Poetry 5o per lino
Slight reductions ou time
cpntraot display advertise
ments. Also locals that run
several monthe without change
Entered at the Earlington
Post Office as Second OlasB
iJ&remck Office in Ben Slaton's Office, Next Door to PostotRce, Madison
mile, Kentucky, Phone No. 24-2 Rings-MlSS AILEEN DAVIS, Mgr.
t Telephone 47
Friday, October 11, 1912.
Rlr. and Mrs. Vm. Barnes and
daughter, Mtse. Ruth, wore the
guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Charles
Blackburn, of Earlington, Sun-
Miss Sadyo Bethel wa6 iu Mid
isonville shopping one day last
W. 0. Ham by was in Madison
ryille Monday night attending the
revival at the Ohrisrian church.
'Miss Lera Stevens is visiting in
laughtervillo this week.
The Nortonville Cornet Band
"furnished music for the meeting
of tehe Odd Fellows and Rebeccas
sac wiiue i"iain8 oaturda.
Miss Fannie Trabheu has re
turned home after a several days
visst with her sistor Mrs. Cor
tlHia Hull, of Madisonville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkiaa at
tended the meeting of the Odd
el WHJR80N POULTRY CURE
down a chick's throat cures
gives. A fevr dropa la the
flrfnklng water cures ana
prevents cholera, diarrhoea
andother chick diseases. One
Sample and booklet on "Dis
, cases of Fowls" Bent FREE.
mwben Remedy .Co.ljingtia,Xj,
Sold by ST. BERNARD MINING CO.,
Incorporated, Drug Department
Fellows aud Rebeccas at White
PI litis Saturday.
Miss. Catharine Medlock, of
Mortons Gap, was the guest of
Dr. Moore and family this' week.
Mrs. J. B. Stanley, of Midi
souville, was here Tuesday visit
ing friends, v
Mrs. SallieOraig.ofFt. Worth,
Texas, is hero visiting relatives.
Mesdames Lou Kennedy, J. P.
Heard, Geo. Vanover and Mul
come Vanover attended the Odd
Fellows and Rebeccas meeting
at White Plains Saturday.
Dr. Moore and little daughter
Anna May, were in White Piain,
W. C. Hamb? wont to Oroftou
Tuesday to vistt relatives.
Mrs. Cordelia Hall, of- Madi-
sonville, has returned home after
a visit to relatives here.
Claude Eisou, of Madisonville,
Bpent Sunday here.
Mrs. Oleve Whitfield is slowly
improving from a broken bone
in his aukle.
Prayer meeting was well at
tended Tuesday night.
Mr. 0. B. Trathen and eon
Oarr, were in.White Plains Sat
urday. .' -
Mr. and Mr.s. E. 0. Almon
were the guest of Mrs. F. 0.
Horton last week.
Seivices will be held at the
Methodist church the 1st Sunday
in each mouth. Prayer meeting
every Thursday night and Sun
day school 8:30 a. m.
Services at Christian church
We fit. your Neigh
bor's eyes with glass
es if they need them,
and would like to- fit
We . fit Glasses
Tape and Extra price
that some Optician's
charge. ' .
See, us todayr;;ify pu'
need-them. f A-
In Mammoth Gave
The Dry Fall Outing to Kentuc
ky's Great Subteranean Won
der, or 200 Miles Underground
Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Arranged for private and se
lect parties, home people and
their visitors. River low, echo
grand, aud cave dry. The time
to Bee Mammoth Cave when at
its best. Round-trip railroad
fare $8.40 from Earlington and
all way stations and regular train
4:85 a. in. Board at Cave Hotel
from arrival for diuner until af
ter dinner following day, also in
cluding the two trips through the
cave for .$5 50. Limit on ticketR
Write or phone L. &. N. Agent
ilEV. J. K. KVANS, EDITOK
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will be held every 2nd Sunday.
Prayer meeting evesy Tuesday
night and Sunday school' 2;30
Sunday p. m.
FOR BALD HEADS
A Treatment That Cwb NoKwig If It
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We Carry the "Tough as Leath
er" Stockings for Your
; tThey are the famous Black Cat Brand. You .
know the kind stockings ' the children can, go "but in v
the woods, the berry bushes, the streets and the play- f.
ground without bringing home hours of darning for you .
stockings are the ones with nine lives. They are he .
only stockings rnade with the Extended Heel which
1 dnnhlfis the life of the heel. . ' V
When you come in to buy them be sure to look at
the Black Cat brarid "for "all the rest of the family
yourself your Husbaud and the Misses. ,,.
Micanc1 anA Rnw' ciPC run lin fn Rl7.f Til
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Barnes, Co-wancl & Company
Earlincfton, -. Kentucky
We want you to try throe large
bottles of Rexall "93" Hi!r Tonic
on our personal guarantee that the
trial will not cost you a penny if it
does uoc give you absolute satisfao
tlon. Tha'a proof of onr faltb iu.
this remedy, aud it should indispu
tably demonstrate that we know
what we are talking aboat when we
ear tbat Bexall "93"' Hair Tonia
will retaid baldness, overcome
scalp and balr ailuieuts, and if any
human agency can accomplish tbls
result, it may also be relied upon to
promote a new growth of hair.
Bemembor we are basing our
statements upon what has already
been accomplished by the use of
Rexall '93" Hair Tonlc, and wo
have tb6 right to assume that .what
it has done for thousands of others
it will do for you. In any event you
cannot lose anything by givlng'.it a
trial on our liberal guarantee. -Two,
s'zes, 60c. and $100. Remember
you can obtain Bexall Remedies in
this community only at our store
The Rexall Store. St. Bernard'-Min-
Incorporated, Diu.' Depart
Some Proof. '
"So he took you out auto riding' the
other evening?" "Yes, what of : it?"
"Do you think he is in love with yoii?"'
"I think so, I know that every1 time
I spoko to htm the UuLo tried to climb
a tree or Jump a fence." Houston.
School Supplies, Station-:
ery, Window Shades, Walh
Paper, Pictures, Picture
Frames, Cut Glass, Fine
Hdnd Painted China, Wed
ding Gifts, Etc Com
plete line of leading Maga
zines aKyays dn,handr7
. ' '
, Go To
Mrs. Dr J. W. Evans and son, of
Brownsville, Tenn., who have been
visiting Bev. Evans and family, left
thblr home Tuesday. Mrs. Evans
made many friends while in our
The K. of P. Lodge of this city
laid the corner stone at the O. M. E.
Church last Sunday. Addresses
were made by Prof J. W. Bell and
Bev. T. W. Lott, D. D.
The Odd FellowB Lodge will lay
their corner stone at the C. M. E.
Church next Sunday. The public Is
cordially Invited to represent.
Mrs Albert Hamilton, who has
beeu very sick, ismuoh Improved at
s us writing.
Bev. J. B. Evans will leavo Tues
day mormug for Dawsou Springs
where he will spend this week re
cuperating and taking roach needed
rest. Bev B. W. Ohunn will have
chargo of the services at the Baptist
church next Sunday.
Tho Mt. Zlon Baptist church Is
arrainging for a Bally on the 3rd
J3r.ndc.j- in November. We are ask
Ing each brother to contribute 200
and each sister $1 00 on that day.
Ber. T. W. Lott, of Caro, III., has
boon In the city several days Belliufc
shares In a copper mine near Den
ver, Col. Bev. Lott is perfect re
liable so far as we know.
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Fall Trimmings and Laces
NOVELTY TRIMMING BANDS Embroided and metal; all
:. 35c to $3.00-
ELEGANT BLACK BANDS AND.OCa in tO Aft
EDGES-A1I Widths; per yard .... ODC 10 33UU
CRYSTAL, GOLD AND COLORED BEADED TRIMMINGS
Everything from i-inch guimps to -f i;A in t; fkfi
6 inch bands; per yard. : . . ... .... 1 DG 10 $&.UU
CRYSTAL BEADED FLOUNCINGS Very t4 j-f
stylish; per yard, up froni... , Zp I hQU
CRYSTAL,GOLD,OOLOREDANDon in ( fft
BLAOK MEDALLIONS; each.... OUC 10 5O.UU
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF BUTTONS, IN ALL
SIZES, FOR ALL KINDS OF GARMENTS.
WHITE, CREAM and ECRU VENICE BANDS and EDGES
SHADOW LAOES of all descriptions
WHITE, OREAM, ECRU and BLACK .ALLOVEK LACES
WIDE LAOE FLOUNCINGS, In WHITE, ECRU and BLACK,
from 18 to 45 inches wide, in unusually pretty designs. (For
tunics and underdresses)
PLAIN and NOVELTY DRAPERY NETS, in BLACKr WHITE,
OREAM and COLOHS
MARABOUT and SWANSDOWN TRIMMINGS, in leading
BOHEMIAN LACES and rNSERTIONS to match
OUR TRIMMINGS and LAOES are DIST1NOT IN DESIGN,
THEY DISPLAY UNUSUALLY TASTY AND PRETTY EF
FECTS, AND ARE THE MOST REASONABLE IN PRICE
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT IS FULLY EQUIP
PED WITH ALL THE NEW FABRICS IN SILK, MESSA
LINES, CRYSTAL CORDS, WHIPCORDS AND SERGES
AT A RANGE OF PRICES TO SUIT MOST ANY PURSE
CALL TO SEE US
" : ; and & Co.
- . -' INCORPORATED
Earlington, - Kentucky
The Store That Sells
A . TTt "I 1
Anotner JDnmant Hx-
r ample of Wooltex
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" .'oThis' is nnother charactotistic example obf the skillful
manner in which Woo.ltex desiRnort put slo dud elegance into
a suit for practical service. , .
-"' It'may bo classed amoug the plaiu, tailored models, yet its
beauty will.be apparent at a sanoe.. Note the graceful curve
,6f;tbe sd-ienf jickot,' smartly emphasized, liko.the cufTs an.l re
,vers by a binding of tailor brrfid. " r : .
. ' "' -This same treatment is applied to tho baclc,v vhich has a
unique.Blashed panel giving ;a "cuatom-made" touch, much to be
desired in suits of simple line?. ..... .
; ,:Thjs suifjs full of charactoc. It will appeal especially to the
business women and to the -woman who desires the .utmost degree,
'"of practical services without too-reafc plainness. i'" '
-"f ,.' Thejiiaterials are the best that the priced can Buy two-toned
'.pebble cheviots, wide wale mixed cheviotf and a chojeo of mix
tures. Colors blue, brown, tan and blactf. :
-Wooltex tailoring and the Wooltex guarantee of two seasons'
satisfactory service are important features. Price, $25 to $40.
St. Bernard Mining Co
W, R. COYLE, Manager Stores
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